Archive for the ‘Raised Rambler’
Here’s my latest mid-century listing. I will be holding it open Sunday from 1 to 4 pm. It is priced at $369K. This 1962 mid-century raised rambler, located in McDonald Knolls in Silver Spring, was built by Style-Rite Builders and marketed as the “Glasgow” model. Designed by noted architects Cohen Haft & Associates, the home’s post-War […]
This 5/3 raised rambler in Annandale has a little bit more mid-century style than most homes of this kind. It has cathedral ceilings, clerestory windows and large transom window over the front door with sidelights. I would replace the more traditional door and sidelights with MCM appropriate replacements (you can find cool ones here at […]
This 4/3 2,500 square-foot raised rambler is in Rock Creek Estates, a small enclave a mid-century ramblers here on Jones Mill Road and Susanna Lane in Chevy Chase. This has an updated granite and stainless steel kitchen with dark wood cabinets. If you go see the house from 1 to 4 today, check out the […]
Take a look at this early 1970s sprawling 5,700 sq. ft. raised rambler located in Sycamore Acres in Rockville. The 6/3.5 home has a swinging, sunken living room with marble fireplace, low-pitched roof with large, extended eaves and mostly glass on the back overlooking the 1.4 acre property. The house needs a lot of work, […]
This sprawling early 1960s raised rambler located in Wellington (just southeast of Hollin Hills) is being sold by the original owner. The house has a low-slung roof and the back is nearly all glass. I also like the brick fireplace/planter that separates the living and dining rooms as you enter the house. The kitchen, which […]
This mid-century raised rambler in Villamay in Fairfax has plenty of glass to view the Potomac. Nice cabinets in the updated kitchen.
Here’s a listing for a 4/3 low-pitched roof contemporary rambler located in Raymondale in Falls Church.
I like the prominent car port on this this mid-century rambler in Kenwood Park in Bethesda. The listing has no interior pictures of the 4/2.5 house and says it needs “considerable work” or “could be possible teardown.” I wonder if the interior has been preserved.
If you’re looking for a contemporary home on some acreage in Montgomery Country, take a look at this listing for an early 1970s ceder-and-brick raised rambler on two acres.